Are Electric Scooters Legal in Aurora?
Motors on e-scooters, or other unspecified shared mobility small devices, shall cease to provide assistance when the device reaches a speed of up to 15.5 miles per hour. If operated on the sidewalk, it shall be the rider’s responsibility to operate at the maximum speed limit of six (6) miles per hour.
When operating on sidewalks, users are required to use extreme caution when interacting with or passing pedestrians. j. Pedestrians have the right-of-way at all times. k. When interacting with pedestrians, users are required to proceed at a pace to match pedestrian speed when unable to pass pedestrians. l. Users of any shared mobility device must take caution and be aware of any and all associated risk of danger when utilizing a mobility device in any given context. Authorized shared mobility devices may operate in the roadway if the maximum speed limit of the roadway does not exceed thirty (30) miles per hour. 2) If no bike lane or trail is available and the roadway has a speed limit greater than thirty (30) miles per hour, the device may be ridden on the sidewalk